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Conrad Swanson is an investigative journalist covering government and politics.
After graduating from the University of Iowa with a dual degree in journalism and economics, Swanson spent his first years as a journalist working as a freelance photographer and a breaking news reporter.
He joined the reporting team at the Lawrence Journal-World in 2014 and uncovered several scandals within the local police department and the University of Kansas Athletic Department. next covered city and state politics for the Colorado Springs Gazette.
Swanson covered state and city politics for the Colorado Springs Gazette, where he investigated local developments, secret government meetings, new legislation, and more.
He joined The Denver Post in late 2019 he covers city politics.
When he's not writing or tweeting, Swanson - an Iowa native - enjoys hiking Colorado's mountains with his wife, Kayah, and his dog, Lola.
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